Pitching first. Here's a guy that's rapidly becoming a usual suspect since he owns one of the most dominant arms in the game right now.
It pains me to see Price in a BoSox uni...but he is pitching as well or better than ever so far this young season.
Back in the closer's seat, Jansen is also back to his dominating ways.
Perhaps this one hurts the most. I collected Zimmermann, passively but still, while with the Nats and then he jumped ship to the Motor City. He sure has been stingy in the runs allowed department. Now we move on to the hitters.
Mr. NL MVP is picking up where he left off last season.
I love the way Altuve plays the game. He's at 100% all the time.
Of course, you can't forget the rookie sensation. He lands a spot in the set courtesy of his red hot first week in the majors.
Here's the card so many folks are waiting on. There's been a lot of disappointment that he hasn't made his debut on a Topps Now card as yet(and rightly so). I remember the last time that a rookie in St. Louis put up huge numbers to start his career and basically never stopped the production. Time will tell if Diaz can keep up the onslaught as Pujols did in 2001.
Those are the eight base cards. Here was the bonus card awarded for completing the set.
Arenado quietly put together a heck of a month. If he keeps up at this pace, he might even make a run at NL MVP honors.
There you have it, my first completed digital set. I'm not sure if it'll be e only one or if it's the first of many, but I can say that I have been able to abide by my self-imposed rule of not spending money within the app. Thanks Topps for the daily coins reward. You're funding my digital pack ripping habit addiction. Thanks for reading.